I mean, I miss Catt Sadler and so, we stand with her.
E! is paying plenty of lip service to both the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements on its pre-Golden Globes red carpet coverage.
"Time is up and we want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, we want equal pay", Messing said.
Sadler recently announced she would leave E! "That's something that can change tomorrow".
We're barely ten minutes into the E!
While walking the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet, which promises to be filled with acknowledgments of the systemic misogyny of Hollywood that range from cringingly awkward to deeply powerful, Debra Messing started things off with a bang. "My team and I asked for what I know I deserve and were denied repeatedly". The San Francisco Chronicle reports that last month Catt Sadler left E! after more than a decade while revealing that she was paid half what her E! News, and when one actress was interviewed by the network, she used her face time to further her cause.
When E! host Giuliana Rancic interviewed the Will & Grace star before Sunday's awards ceremony, Messing spoke about her support for the Time's Up initiative, before criticizing the network and showing support for former E! host Catt Sadler. News that she's wearing black "to thank and honor all of the fearless whistleblowers who came forward and shared their stories of harassment and assault and discrimination". "We stand with you, Catt".